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HCL Launches Artificial Intelligence based ‘HCL Turbo’

HCL is directly addressing this shift by introducing an AI-based test lifecycle automation platform.

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Software major HCL Technologies on Monday launched an artificial intelligence (AI)-based “HCL Turbo”, an end-to-end testing automation platform aimed at communication service providers.

The platform integrates with existing testing tools and equipment, and delivers intelligent test planning in which internet bots utilise AI and analytics to plan test scenarios and provide automatic test orchestration, the company said in a statement.

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The platform integrates with existing testing tools and equipment. Pixabay

“HCL Turbo provides a comprehensive end-to-end network testing solution for networks, devices, and applications that allows service providers to reduce technology risk, reduce operational expenditures, and accelerate time-to-market for new service launches,” said GH Rao, President of Engineering and R&D Services, HCL Technologies.

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“HCL is directly addressing this shift by introducing an AI-based test lifecycle automation platform that seamlessly integrates into existing testing environments,” Rao added. (IANS)

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NASA Celebrates Its 60th Anniversary

NASA began operations on Oct. 1, 1958

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NASA chiefs going back 30 years have come together to mark the space agency’s 60th anniversary.

Five former NASA administrators joined current boss Jim Bridenstine in Orlando on Monday. It was the largest gathering ever of NASA heads and included every administrator since 1989. The conference was arranged by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

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The longest-serving administrator, Daniel Goldin of the 1990s, told Bridenstine there’s more to the company than human spaceflight and that the science and technology programs can help draw more public support.

Richard Truly of the post-Challenger shuttle era agreed, but noted humans need to explore.

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It was the largest gathering ever of NASA heads. Pixabay

Bridenstine, meanwhile, ran down NASA’s latest plans for sending astronauts back to the moon.

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Moonwalker Buzz Aldrin was present for the panel discussion.

The Company  began operations on Oct. 1, 1958. (VOA)

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